Author: Gary Su
What conditions can the court impose in Domestic Violence Orders?
A Domestic Violence Order is a document issued by a court which orders a person to stop threats or acts of domestic violence. In this article, we will look at the conditions set by the court in a DVO and the duration of Protection Orders.
Does a protection order prevent me from seeing my children?
A protection order is a document issued by a court that orders a person to stop threats or acts of domestic violence. It does not automatically prevent you from seeing your children. However, there can be situations where the making of a protection order against you may affect your contact and communication with your children.
Types of domestic violence
Many members of the community still believe that domestic violence requires an element of physicality or physical harm towards another person. This is not actually the case and domestic violence can include economic abuse, emotional abuse, threatening behaviour and coercive behaviour.
Transfer duty/stamp duty on property transactions Queensland
Transfer duty or stamp duty as it was previously known, is a government tax levied on a number of different transactions. For the purposes of this blog, we will be discussing transfer duty with respect to transferring land or real property (real estate) during the process of property purchase.
Applying for domestic violence orders in Queensland
Working through criteria for domestic violence protection order applications can be confusing. This article aims to simplify the information and criteria for who can apply for DV orders.
Can I travel with my child after separation?
Many separated parents, at some time, will plan to travel with their children either intra-state, inter-state or overseas (once borders re-open). If you are separated, however, there are some things you need to know about travelling with your children, including what consent if any, you require from your former partner or from the courts.
What happens to your social media accounts after you die?
Social media is everywhere; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn etc. Many people have one or several accounts. But how many have given consideration to what happens to their accounts after they die?
What happens if I have a Financial Agreement (BFA) and my partner dies?
This blog will explore the effects of death on a Financial Agreement and circumstances in which an agreement may be set aside.
My child does not want to spend time with my ex. Can I force them to?
After separation where there are children of the relationship, it’s important to put plans in place to ensure both parents have equal shared responsibility for the children, except in cases of family violence or child abuse.
Verifying your identity for a PEXA e-conveyancing settlement
PEXA is Australia’s online settlement and lodgment platform for property transactions. Verifying your identity is a fundamental step in the process of conveyancing, including e-conveyancing, to avoid any fraudulent property transactions. Hall Payne Lawyers provide secure and simple options for verifying your identity.